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Logun Axsor filling valve


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Posted 22 February 2012 - 09:00 AM

I've had a Logun Axsor dropped into my lap for some attention, won't hold its air overnight and appears to be losing it through the filling valve.

The filling valve block has come out from the cylinder OK but the wee valve itself appears to be on the end of a stem-like tube, and I'm not sure how that comes out. Anyone with experience?

It seems I'm not the first person to look inside this rifle as some of the screw heads are not virginal and this tube has got mole grip marks on it !!

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 11:16 AM

Funny design, this. A piece of tube about 3mm diameter and maybe 30mm long, with no flats and no knurling, nothing to grip.

I put it into the collet jaws of a tap wrench and tried a twist. Yes, it unscrews...! smile.gif




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